City of Milpitas

Located at the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay, the City of Milpitas is a progressive community that is an integral part of the high tech Silicon Valley. With a very diversified resident population of nearly 80,000, the City of Milpitas sees the
role of every employee as being committed to accomplishing the community’s vision by providing fiscally sound, superior services.


Milpitas is the 8th fastest growing city in the United States according to the US Census Bureau and the 2nd fastest growing in California. We are home to an industrious and well educated community with an average household income
exceeding the County average. The homeownership rate is close to 70% and Milpitas’ housing market remains affordable relative to the majority of Santa Clara County.


Milpitas is often called the “Crossroads of Silicon Valley” with most of its 13.63 square miles of land situated between two major freeways (I-880 and I-680), State Route 237, and a County expressway. With existing light rail and a recently opened
BART extension, the transit hub adjacent to the Great Mall facilitated high density transit oriented development with over 1,000 units being built. There are approximately 1,790 acres, or 2.9 square miles designated for various industrial uses.
There are eight existing industrial parks and 550 manufacturing plants in Milpitas. The City provides a multitude of outstanding recreational opportunities, including aquatics, cultural arts and theater, sports leagues and activities, youth programming and senior activities and services.


The City of Milpitas is a full service City with water utility, sewer utility, police and fire services. The City Council makes the ultimate planning and policy decisions for residents, and oversees the City’s almost $192 million budget with 439 full-time
employees. There are 14 advisory commissions on which residents can participate –the Planning Commission, Arts Commission, Youth Advisory Commission, Library Advisory Commission and Senior Advisory Commission to name a few. Issues challenging the City and Commissions include development, quality of life, and
traffic.

14 job(s) at City of Milpitas

CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 21, 2022
Full Time
Definition Accounting Technician I: $30.29 - 36.81/hour Accounting Technician II: $33.31 - $40.49/hour Under general supervision, performs responsible fiscal, accounting and financial office support work in the preparation, maintenance and processing of records and transactions; performs a wide variety of duties in one or more fiscal areas. These fiscal areas include accounts payable, accounts receivable invoicing/collections, cash collections, payroll, benefits, private job accounting, general ledger account reconciliation or purchase order processing and provides direct support to the public in processing business licenses and utility bills. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Accounting Technician I: This is the entry-level class in the Accounting Technician series. Incumbents in this class initially work under immediate supervision while learning job duties. As experience is gained there is greater independence of action within established guidelines. This class is flexibly staffed with Accounting Technician II and employees may advance to the II level after gaining the required experience, knowledge and skills and demonstrating proficiency. The required experience includes completing a cross training program which enables the Accounting Technician I to perform at least 4 out of the 10 fiscal areas listed above. In addition to demonstrating proficiency in the above areas, the employee must be recommended for promotion by the Department Head. Accounting Technician II: This is the full journey level class in the Accounting Technician series; it is distinguished from the Accounting Technician I level by performance of the full range of duties as assigned with only occasional assistance or instruction in non-routine situations. Supervision is provided by the Assistant Finance Director or designee. Examples of Duties • Prepare and maintain complex fiscal, accounting and financial records in a major accounting system. • Provide support to the public over the counter and by telephone; answer questions and resolve problems. • Operate office and accounting equipment such as a ten-key adding machine, calculator and computer. • Provide staff support in assigned area of responsibility. • Prepare and submit accounting information and enter data into a computerized system. • Process opening and closing accounts on computer; prepare refund checks for certain closed accounts; update account files. • Prepare and distribute financial and accounting reports. • Match invoices and other requests for payment with purchase order or contract documents; approve funds availability; distribute to departments for approval. • Process accounting documents including warrants, invoices, vouchers, purchase orders, statements, receipts, etc. • Post information to ledgers, reports and journals, total balance and reconcile entries and make adjustments as required. • Assist with various periodic billings; receive and process payments; balance checks and cash. • Process payroll records and documentation; audit, verify and make adjustments to records; issue manual checks as required. • Review and audit employee benefit reports and payments; maintain and update system to make changes involving employee status, rates, dependents and coverage. • Prepare, review, and analyze accounts for utility billing. Typical Qualifications Note: The level and scope of the knowledge and skills listed below are related to the job duties as defined under Distinguishing Characteristics. Knowledge of : • Modem office practices, procedures and equipment, including computer-based accounting systems. Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Excel is required. • Basic mathematics. • Principles and practices of financial record keeping. • Basic accounting principles. • Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Excel Ability to : • Understand and interpret principles, laws and procedures involved in financial record keeping and accounting functions. • Use a computer-based accounting system; operate a computer terminal for data input, data inquiry, data analysis, and report generation. • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with City staff and the public. • Operate a ten-key adding machine and calculator. • Follow oral and written instructions. • Prepare financial reports and maintain ledgers and journals. • Analyze data and draw sound conclusions. • Plan and organize work to meet deadlines on a timely basis. • Perform job duties with minimal supervision. Other Requirements: • Specified positions may require possession of a valid California driver's license. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and skills in qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and skills is: Accounting Technician I : Experience: One year of accounting clerical experience. AND Education: Six (6) semester units or nine (9) quarter units of college level accounting courses. **An additional two (2) years of accounting clerical experience may be substituted for the required education** Accounting Technician II : Experience: Two years of accounting clerical experience, or one year of Accounting Technician I experience with City of Milpitas. AND Education: Six (6) semester units or nine (9) quarter units of college level accounting courses. **An Associate of Arts degree in Accounting may be substituted for the required experience. **An additional three (3) years of experience comparable to an Accounting Technician I may be substituted for the required education. LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE Possession and maintenance of a valid California Driver's License may be required. Supplemental Information SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment. Ability to work in a standard office environment; able to travel independently to various locations within and outside the City of Milpitas. The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of vaccination status for COVID 19 as a required condition of employment. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $1,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Please rate your experience working with Excel. Beginner- Little or no knowledge of Excel functions Intermediate- working knowledge of Excel functions Expert- Considerable knowledge of advanced Excel functions 02 Please select the option below that best describes your education level. I have at least six semester units or nine quarter units of college level Accounting units, but I do not have an Associate degree in Accounting. Please note that verification of your education must be submitted with your application. I have an Associate degree in Accounting. Please note that verification of your education must be submitted with your application. I do not have the required education, and am qualifying under the substitution of experience for education option. Required Question Closing Date/Time: 2/3/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 14, 2022
Full Time
Definition Under the direction of the Director of Financial Services, plans, organizes, coordinates and directs the activities of the Operations Division in the Finance Department. Administers and supervises essential financial services including but not limited to issuance of business licenses, meter readings, utility billings, revenue and cash collections, accounts payable, receivables and revenue analysis. Develops, implements and revises accounting systems, procedures, and internal controls; oversees preparation of management and financial reports; coordinates internal and external audit preparation. Distinguishing Characteristics This classification is an unrepresented management position responsible for overseeing and participating in the development of the City's financial systems, providing financial information and analysis to assist executive management in policy decision making and performing financial operational activities. Provides highly responsible and complex assistance to the Finance Director and Assistant Finance Director. Exercises direct supervision over professional, technical and clerical support staff and may act as Assistant Finance Director in the latter's absence. The incumbent in this position exercises independent judgment and discretion and is expected to select and put into effect work procedures and practices which will lead to the effective and efficient accomplishment of department goals. It is distinguished from the Financial Services Director in that the latter has overall responsibility for all divisions in the Finance Department. Supervision Received and Exercised Works under the direction of the Assistant Finance Director. Supervises professional, technical and clerical staff. Provides training to assigned staff as required. Incumbents typically work independently and exercise specialized knowledge, skills and abilities in performance of job duties. Examples of Duties Plans, develops, directs, supervises and evaluates staff and performance of the Operations Division in support of general accounting, payroll, accounts payable. Provides technical expertise in financial data preparation, administration and analysis, and automated financial information systems. Assigns, schedules, prioritizes, coordinates and reviews work activities and determines schedules. Establishes, develops, and maintains practices, procedures, and policies for compliance and control in accordance with the Government Code and City policies and procedures. Integrates financial and statistical information into a comprehensive financial recording and reporting system. Supervises and conducts detailed analysis of existing accounting systems, makes recommendations for revision and implements required changes. Assists in the coordination of the information systems functions to ensure the proper design, testing, and implementation of enhancements and corrections to the City's financial application software. Interacts with internal and external audit staff in review of financial systems and controls; oversees implementation of recommended changes of such systems or control procedures. Coordinates financial services operations with other city sections, divisions and departments. Conducts training for staff within the department and within other departments throughout the City as required to effectively administer all financial transactions. Performs a variety of complex and technical revenue analysis functions and maintains records. Prepares analytical and management reports as required. Directs the preparation of interim and annual financial reports in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Attends meetings and seminars related to financial service functions and act in the capacity as the resident expert of such functions of the City. Represents the Finance Department on city wide special project teams. Sets policies and procedures for the work of professional, technical, and clerical staff engaged in the processing and recording of all financial transactions. Performs related duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: The theory, principles and practices of accounting and their application to government accounting. Modern office practices, procedures, and equipment, including computer-based accounting systems, data processing and systems operation, current software applications and automated accounting methods. Fiscal, accounting, and revenue analysis monitoring, financial record keeping and bookkeeping principals and practices. Laws, rules, regulations, and ordinances relating to local, state, and federal public finance, and administration. Principles and practices of management, supervision, training, and performance evaluation. Ability to: Develop and recommend administrative policies, procedures, operations and evaluate their efficiency and effectiveness. Apply the City's financial policies and philosophy. Interpret and administer City ordinances, local, State, and Federal laws and regulations. Establish and maintain financial and accounting systems. Analyze complex financial data, draw logical conclusions and make sound, well-structured recommendations. Independently carry out complex accounting and auditing work and apply accounting principles and techniques to practical accounting, auditing, and financial problems. Develop, prepare and review reports, schedules, and supporting documents that reflect detailed and complex financial and accounting transactions and activities. Conceptualize, interpret, prepare, present and explain City, Department, and Division proposals, policies, procedures and reports in a clear and concise manner to coworkers, the Director, and other City management staff. Plan, coordinate, prioritize, supervise, train, direct, and evaluate the work of others including reviewing detailed and complex financial and accounting reports. Lead and motivate assigned staff as well as others contacted during the course of work. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, City management staff, other agencies, community groups, and the general public. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Five years of increasingly responsible experience in governmental accounting and financial reporting; at least two years of supervisory experience. Public accounting experience in the audits of local governments may be substituted for up to two years of governmental accounting and financial reporting experience. Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelors Degree in Business with major course work in accounting and finance. An advanced degree, such as an MBA with emphasis in finance or accounting, or a CPA certificate is desirable. Such advanced degree or CPA certificate may be substituted for two years of the required experience. License or Certificates: Incumbents must be able to travel to various locations within and outside of the City of Milpitas to fulfill job responsibilities. When driving on City business, maintenance of a valid California Driver's License and satisfactory driving record is required. Supplemental Information Special Requirements: Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: Work is performed indoors, in a standard office environment. Required to sit for long periods of time; talk/ hear, in person, in meetings and by telephone; use hands and fingers to operate standard office equipment; frequently required to carry, bend, squat, twist, push, pull with hands and arms to reach files and safely lift and carry up to 30 pounds occasionally. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security,but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for dental and vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Employees earn 16-36 days of vacation based on years of service. MANAGEMENT LEAVE Employees earn5 hours of Management Incentive Paid (MIP) Leave for each full pay period worked. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $3,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employees are offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or visit ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 In what major did you receive your degree? Required Question Closing Date/Time: 2/4/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 05, 2022
Full Time
Definition Under general direction from the Deputy Fire Chief - Fire Marshal, assist in the development and implementation of the comprehensive Fire Prevention Division program, provide responsible technical staff assistance, and to conduct related work as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARATERISTICS This is a sworn management position in the unclassified service, responsible for assisting the Deputy Fire Chief - Fire Marshal with the management of the Fire Prevention Division. An incumbent in this classification exercises independent judgment and discretion, formulates administrative policies for the effective use of assigned personnel, actively supports the direction and policies established by the Fire Chief and City Manager, as well as policies established by the City Council for the delivery of public safety service to the citizens. This classification is distinguished from the Fire Prevention and Hazardous Materials Inspectors classification as the latter serves as the supervisor and technical expert in the Fire Prevention Division. May act as the Deputy Fire Chief - Fire Marshal in his/her absence. An incumbent in this classification demonstrates strong ethical, professional, and service-oriented leadership and interpersonal skills, sets a good example, and correctly applies the tenets of the City's Code of Ethics and Values. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED General supervision is provided by the Deputy Fire Chief- Fire Marshal. Exercises direct and indirect supervision of both sworn and non-sworn personnel. Examples of Duties Assist in development and implementation of department policies, goals and objectives. Performs supervisory duties to direct reports and to others through subordinate supervisors, such as: establishing standards for acceptable work products and evaluating performance; interviewing applicants and recommending selections; reviewing, approving and implementing disciplinary actions and terminations; assigning work and planning and scheduling staff's work activities and deadlines; reviewing work and recognizing employees' work efforts and accomplishments; providing career development mentoring and recommending training and career development opportunities; ensuring that employees are properly trained; reviewing and approving timesheets and requests for leave; and supporting and ensuring compliance with City and Department policies and procedures, including those related to equal opportunity and to safety. Assist in the administration of the department's permitting, non-point source, and life-safety programs.Research and write technical and interpretive guidelines for enforcement of hazardous materials and life-safety laws and regulations.Advise City staff on hazardous material and life-safety related questions.Coordinate the City's hazardous material and fire prevention programs with outside agencies.Assist in the training of the Department's personnel in inspections, plan review, and investigations.Meet with and advise developers, contractors, business and City staff of applicable hazardous material and life-safety regulations.Represent the Fire Department before City Council, Commissions, Boards and Committees on fire prevention and hazardous materials matters as necessary.Review EIA and EIR reports. Provide comments and direction, as appropriate, to consultants, developers and City Staff. Assist in code development and budget processes.Use computers to prepare reports, correspondence, and enter data as necessary.Respond to emergencies when requested.Assume administration of the Fire Prevention Division in the absence of the Deputy Fire Chief- Fire Marshal.Perform other related duties as assigned, which includes, but is not limited to, inspections, plan review, and investigations. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Planning, organizing, directing, coordination and evaluation of programs for hazardous materials and life-safety. Code development and interpretation. Principles, practices and techniques of code enforcement. Hazardous materials and chemistry. Arrest, search, and seizure procedures. Equipment and techniques used in fire and hazardous material inspections and investigations. Fire protection and detection systems, as well as toxic gas monitoring and detection systems. Construction techniques and engineering practices. Ability to: Analyze situations and make appropriate decisions and recommendations for program planning and management. Supervise, train, and evaluate the work of others. Communicate with engineers, contractors, developers, and the general public in a courteous and effective manner. Investigate fire and hazardous material incidents to determine cause and origin. Enforce codes, ordinances, and regulations pertaining to life-safety and hazardous materials in an effective manner. Read and interpret building plans. Prepare and maintain records and reports. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with a wide variety of people contacted in the course of work. Willingness to work irregular hours and perform callback work as required. EDUCATION, TRINING AND EXPERIENCE Education/Training: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from and accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Fire Science, Fire Administration, Public Administration, Business Administration, Engineering, Architecture, Environmental Science or a related field or equivalent; coursework in fire suppression systems, prevention, training, management, supervision, or a closely related area preferred. Experience: Seven (7) years of experience in a career full-time position working in a fire prevention division with a paid Fire Department and dealing with fire-safety or hazardous material inspections, public education, code enforcement, new construction and fire protection systems. Significant management and supervisory experience are highly desirable. License or Certificate: Possess and maintain an appropriate and valid California driver's license throughout employment. Must complete Laws of Arrest - Penal Code 832 certification within twelve (12) months of appointment. Completion of California State Fire Marshal Fire Investigation 1A, 1B and 1C training or equivalent. Completion of California State Fire Marshal Fire Inspector I and II training or equivalent. Incumbents shall be required to obtain and maintain any other license(s) and / or certification(s) that may be required by future regulation pursuant to Federal, State, local and / or industry standards. Supplemental Information SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: Perform heavy and hazardous physical labor, stoop, bend, crawl and lift and wear protective clothing and breathing apparatus as required to perform inspections and investigations; exposure to hazardous materials and chemicals. Work is mainly performed indoors; ability to stand, walk, sit, climb, balance, squat, crawl, bend, and stoop at any given time; exposure to outdoor elements in all weather conditions throughout the year; ability to walk on uneven surfaces, and travel to various locations within and outside the City of Milpitas. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS Minimum two (2) years of management and supervisory experience overseeing a Fire Prevention Division with a paid Fire Department. Fire Investigator certification through one or a combination of the following certification programs- California State Fire Marshal's Office, National Association of Fire Investigators, or International Association of Arson Investigators. Fire investigation experience in terms of responding to and processing an actual fire scene event, as well as generating a valid and most recent Fire Cause & Origin Report as the Lead Fire Investigator of Record that reflects and supports the said experience. Experience in responding to and handling hazardous materials emergencies. Completion of California State Fire Marshal Plans Examiner 1A, 1B, and 1C training, and Building Plans Examiner training from the International Code Council. Please note that City of Milpitas is in the process of recruiting for a Deputy Fire Chief- Fire Marshal and anticipates filling that position in April, 2022. The timeframe of this recruitment reflects the recruitment timeline for that position. This recruitment may be extended to allow the newly selected Deputy Fire Chief- Fire Marshal to make the selection of the Assistant Fire Marshal. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Incumbents in this position are required to file a Conflict of Interest Statement upon assuming office, annually, and upon leaving office, in accordance with Resolution No. 8833. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Miscellaneous Unrepresented : 1. Classic Tier 1 employees (Employees hired before October 9, 2011): 2.7% at 55 Retirement Plan including the highest final compensation amendment. (Employee pays 8% contribution rate) 2. Classic Tier 2 employees (Employees hired on or after October 9, 2011 and before January 1, 2013, or who qualify for CalPERS pension reciprocity): 2% @ 60 Retirement Plan including three year final average compensation period (Employee pays 7% contribution rate) 3. Public Employee Pension Reform Act (PEPRA) employees hired on or after January 1, 2013: 2% @ 62 Retirement Plan including three year final average compensation period (Employee contribution rate as stated in annual CalPERS actuarial report) City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security,but do contribute to Medicare. Police Unrepresented: 1. Classic Tier 1 employees (Employees hired before April 8, 2012): 3% @ 50 Retirement Plan including the highest final compensation amendment. (Employee pays 9% contribution rate) 2. Classic Tier 2 employees (Employees hired on or after April 8, 2012 and before January 1, 2013, or who qualify for CalPERS pension reciprocity): 3% @ 55 Retirement Plan including highest final compensation (Employee pays 9% contribution rate) 3. Public Employee Pension Reform Act (PEPRA) employees hired on or after January 1, 2013: 2.7 % @ 57 Retirement Plan including three year final average compensation period (Employee pays half of normal cost, July 2018 at 10% contribution rate) Fire Unrepresented 1. Classic Tier 1 employees (Employees hired before April 8, 2012): 3% @ 50 Retirement Plan including the highest final compensation amendment. (Employee pays 9% contribution rate) 2. Classic Tier 2 employees (Employees hired on or after April 8, 2012 and before January 1, 2013, or who qualify for CalPERS pension reciprocity): 3% @ 55 Retirement Plan including highest final compensation (Employee pays 9% contribution rate) 3. Public Employee Pension Reform Act (PEPRA) employees hired on or after January 1, 2013: 2.7 % @ 57 Retirement Plan including three year final average compensation period (Employee contribution rate as stated in CalPERS actuarial report.) City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for dental and vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Employees earn 16-36 days of vacation based on years of service. MANAGEMENT LEAVE Employees earn40 hours of Management Leave per year. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $3,000 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employees are offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 for more information on employee benefits. 01 Please select all of the certifications, education and/or training that you have completed or possess: Laws of Arrest- Penal Code 832 certificate ICS 100 certification ICS 200 certification ICS 300 certification California State Fire Marshal Fire Inspector I or equivalent California State Fire Marshal Fire Inspector II or equivalent 02 Check all the boxes that apply to your experience and/or qualifications. I certify that I have the following: Two (2) or more years of management and supervisory experience overseeing a Fire Prevention Division with a paid Fire Department. Fire Investigator certification through one or combination of the following certification programs- California State Fire Marshal's Office, National Association of Fire Investigators or International Association of Arson Investigators. Fire investigation experience in terms of responding to and processing an actual fire scene event, as well as generating a valid and most recent Fire Cause & Origin Report as the Lead Fire Investigator of Record that reflects and supports the said experience. Experience in responding to and handling hazardous materials emergencies. Completion of California State Fire Marshal Fire Plans Examiner 1A training. Completion of California State Fire Marshal Fire Plans Examiner 1B training. Completion of California State Fire Marshal Fire Plans Examiner 1C training. Building Plans Examiner training from the International Code Council. Required Question Closing Date/Time: 3/31/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 05, 2022
Full Time
Definition To provide technical and clerical support in the processing, plan checking, and record keeping functions related to the issuance of building/construction, planning, and public works permits; to screen submitted plans for accuracy and completeness; and to act as the initial contact and resource to customers regarding relevant applications and permitting processes, requirements, and fees. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a “bridge” classification between the clerical/administrative support job series and the Building Inspector or Plan Checker job classes. Positions in this class typically have experience in the clerical and technical aspects of this classification and must work under immediate supervision while learning more clerical and technical job tasks assigned to the position as needed. Incumbents in this classification will eventually be expected to perform the full range of assigned duties in an independent manner. Examples of Duties Process a variety of building/construction, planning, and public works permits and applications for permits in an efficient and timely manner; ensure all necessary approvals are obtained. Receive telephone calls and inquires at counter; assist and direct public to appropriate staff member or department; provide information regarding the application/permitting process, codes, requirements, fees, and other related matters. Conduct the more routine and elementary plan checks such as minor tenant improvements, and residential additions and remodels construction in accordance with pertinent building codes and standards. Review submitted plans and applications for completeness and accuracy; verifying that appropriate signatures, required calculations, and scales/dimensions are included. Issue routine permits such as roofing, signs and minor mechanical, electrical and plumbing modifications. Inform contractors and/or owner/builders of procedure for securing a permit; outlining submittal requirements, necessary documentation, building codes, permits regulations, and zoning ordinances. Calculate various construction valuations, plan check fees and permit fees. Sort and file documents and records, maintaining alphabetical index and cross-reference files; maintain office records related to building inspection and code enforcement. Maintain a variety of statistical records; check and tabulate statistical data; prepare simple statistical reports. Operate standard office equipment including computer equipment and software applications as assigned. Receive, sort and distribute incoming and outgoing correspondence. Perform related duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Standard and accepted English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Standard and accepted office methods and equipment including filing systems. Organization procedures, and operations of the Building Safety and Housing, Planning, Land Development and other divisions and departments. Standard Office and Adobe Acrobat software applications. Permit tracking systems and electronic plan submittal programs. Ability to: Read, understand and learn to apply and interpret pertinent and designated sections of the Building, Mechanical, Plumbing, Electrical, Energy, Green Building, and Municipal Code Books. Review documents related to division operations; observe, identify and problem solve office operations and procedures. Understand, interpret and explain department policies, procedures, and operations for the public and staff. Compose correspondence. Perform clerical work including maintenance of appropriate records; preparation of general reports; and verify and check files and data. Perform simple mathematical calculations quickly and accurately. Type with speed and accuracy. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties. Read and interpret construction plans and blueprints. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience : Two years of progressively responsible assignment of work in a building permit center such as the processing of submittals, providing information to customers, coordinating with other development services divisions such as Planning, Land Development, and Fire Prevention; assisting other permit center staff and inspection group as needed. OR Two years full-time equivalent experience working in a City or County jurisdiction in Building or other development services division, processing submittals and permits or plan review. Education : Minimum requirement is a High School diploma or equivalent. Certificates : Possess or have the ability to obtain the ICC Permit Technician Certificate within first twelve months of appointment. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Immediate to general supervision is provided by the Plan Review Manager. May receive functional or technical supervision from other departmental professional staff. The oral board for this recruitment is tentatively scheduled for the week of February 10, 2022 The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of vaccination status for COVID 19. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS - Essential duties requires the following physical abilities and work environment: General office environment; sit and/or stand for long periods of time, repetitive keyboarding; reach, squat, lift, and carry up to 15 pounds; able to travel to various locations within and outside the City of Milpitas. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $1,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Please mark the option that best describes your qualifications for this position: Two years of progressively responsible assignment of work in a building permit center such as the processing of submittals, providing information to customers, coordinating with other development services divisions such as Planning, Land Development, and Fire Prevention; assisting other permit center staff and inspection group as needed. Two years full-time equivalent experience working in a City or County jurisdiction in Building or other development services division, processing submittals and permits or plan review. I do not possess the required experience. 02 Do you possess the ICC Permit Technician Certification? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: 1/31/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 04, 2022
Full Time
Definition **This recruitment is Open Until Filled, and may close at any time. For first consideration, apply no later than 1/26/22** The vacancy for this recruitment is in Public Works. Public Works is recruiting for an Associate Civil Engineer who can adapt and grow in a fast-paced working environment, who possesses expertise in utility project and program management, contract administration and customer service. The incumbent will be a liaison between the Public Works Utility Engineering Division and internal and external stake holders. This position requires the technical knowledge of engineering and an innovative mind-set to proactively develop solutions to maintain and improve utility systems. Success in this position entails working collaboratively with a team of engineers and operators to resolve complex engineering problems. You will be joining a team of talented professionals who work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment to provide essential public services to our residents and businesses. The Utility Engineering Division is responsible for operating and maintaining the City's utilities (storm water, water, wastewater and recycled water systems) as well as coordinating on a variety of private development projects including high tech, transit oriented and residential subdivision projects. The Department's crews, technicians, engineers, managers and other staff are proud of their contributions, which makes Milpitas a great place to live, work and visit. We are recruiting for a highly motivated, innovative and skilled individual who will embrace the edicts of the Department and the City. The ideal candidate will be: Technically competent engineer who is able to think critically, recognize and define problems, analyze options and create solutions to problems that you have not encountered before; Able to work collaboratively with other engineers and technicians to troubleshoot issues and solve problems; Life-long learner who is passionate about the engineering field and strives to make an impact in the community for which you serve; Adept at quickly learning new tasks and juggling multiple projects in order to meet deadlines; Able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. This is the advanced journey level class in the professional engineering series. Positions in this class possess the applicable educational and training background required for the professional engineering series, including appropriate certificates and licenses in the field, as well as practical work experience. The Associate Civil Engineer class is distinguished from the Assistant Engineer by the responsibility assumed for supervising and overseeing subordinate professional and paraprofessional engineers of a major engineering unit within the engineering department. Incumbents typically perform the more complex duties and tasks assigned to positions within the assigned unit. Examples of Duties The incumbent will be responsible for the following duties: Developing short and long term asset planning, regulatory compliance and capital projects for the sewer, water, recycled water and stormwater systems; Assisting in the development and implementation of the Division's and Department's goals, objectives, policies and priorities; Assuring compliance with appropriate codes, ordinances, rules and regulations; Coordinating and reviewing the work of outside consultants and participating in the plan check, review and processing of plans for private developments affecting City public works facilities; Directing the work and providing general supervision in the preparation of plans, specifications, cost estimates and the administration of contracts for capital improvement projects in utilities; Providing direct and close supervision in the preparation of assigned master plans and studies that outline future water, wastewater and drainage requirements; Preparing drawings, models and displays for special studies and reports completed by the Utilities Division Consulting with and advising other City employees on utilities engineering matters; Determining scope of work, preparing requests for proposals, evaluating proposals and participating in the selection of consultants for utilities projects; Assisting in negotiating consultant contracts, administrating procurement of contract agreements and administering contracts to ensure compliance with proposed design, material specifications, budget, contract and schedules; Preparing reports and making recommendations on the Utilities Division's portion of the City's capital improvement program(s); Consulting with contractors, builders and engineers on problems relating to the design, construction and maintenance of assigned utilities facilities; Preparing project statements outlining scope of projects, design criteria, available data, background, scheduling coordination and financing for utilities projects; Managing multiple projects and assignments with differing priorities while maintaining effective working relationships with internal departments and divisions, external agencies and the public; Providing guidance and work supervision for other utility engineering and technical personnel as required; Updating and utilizing computer models for maintaining the utilities distribution and collection systems. For a full job description, which includes essential duties, please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/milpitas/classspecs/1303967 Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles and practices of engineering and its administration. Modem methods and techniques used in the design, construction and surveying of a variety of public works engineering projects, including street, water, sewer. traffic, building renovation, and storm drain projects. Hydraulic and structural designs of street and highway drainage structures. Applicable laws and regulatory codes relevant to the areas of assignment. Principles and practices of basic financial accounting. Principles and techniques of supervision and training. Ability to: Make complex engineering computations and to check, design, and supervise the constructions of a variety of public works projects. Administer contracts. Prepare specifications and technical reports. Establish and maintain effective work relationships with City staff, developers. engineers. contractors, and the general public. Coordinate and oversee the work of assigned staff. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, including public oral presentations. Supervise and train professional and technical subordinates. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three years of increasingly responsible and varied professional civil engineering experience including supervisory experience. Education: A Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering. License or Certificate: Possess and maintain throughout employment an appropriate, valid California Driver's License. Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in the State of California. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives direction from management level positions in the engineering department. Exercises general supervision over professional and/or technical engineering staff, and/or construction inspection staff. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: Work is performed primarily in an office environment and at construction sites: extensive use of the telephone, radios, and computers with repetitive keyboarding; ability to walk on uneven ground; and drive to various locations daily. Ability to work safely in a hard-hat construction zone is essential. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Incumbents in this position are required to file a Conflict of Interest Statement upon assuming office, annually, and upon leaving office, in accordance with Resolution No. 8833. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $1,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Please indicate your degree level and major. 02 Please list your State of California PE registration number. Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Definition ** THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND CAN BE CLOSED AT ANY TIME** Current vacancies are in the Engineering Department and the Public Works Department Why join the Engineering or Public Works Team in the City of Milpitas? Milpitas is a rapidly changing city. Good engineering and design of all public improvements ensures that the City of Milpitas continues to serve our residents, businesses, visitors and community at large with a safe and attractive City to live, work, and play. The City of Milpitas has an Engineering Department dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Milpitas with well-engineered City infrastructure projects and safeguarding the City's resources and the environment. The Public Works Department is committed to enhancing the quality of life and ensuring public health and safety in the community. The Public Works Department operates and maintains the City's infrastructure and facilities including public streets, utilities, parks, street landscaping, City vehicles, and City buildings. The Department also oversees and implements key environmental services and sustainability programs, including the Climate Action Plan. Our team is dedicated to providing high quality engineering services to the citizens we serve. We are proud to know that our contributions make a difference to the community we serve as we grow our own careers. The position : To supervise and participate in the activities of major civil engineering work such as design, utility improvement, land development, building renovation and improvements. traffic engineering or construction management; to perform professional and technical engineering tasks and assignments relative to assigned area of responsibility; and to supervise. train and evaluate assigned technical and/or professional staff. This is the advanced journey level class in the professional engineering series. Positions in this class possess the applicable educational and training background required for the professional engineering series, including appropriate certificates and licenses in the field, as well as practical work experience. The Associate Civil Engineer class is distinguished from the Assistant Engineer by the responsibility assumed for supervising and overseeing subordinate professional and paraprofessional engineers of a major engineering unit within the engineering department. Incumbents typically perform the more complex duties and tasks assigned to positions within the assigned unit. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to. the following: In addition, when assigned to Land Development Review development project applications for accuracy, suitability, completeness, and compliance with local, state and federal regulations and requirements; provide written comments and project conditions. Review environmental document, with proposed mitigation measures and make recommendations relative to their adequacy. Review development improvement plans and cost estimates for compliance with City design criteria, standard details and specifications and other applicable requirements. Review encroachment permits, subdivision maps, legal descriptions, and street and/or easement dedications; prepare report to the City Council for the approval of subdivision maps, agreements and street/easement vacations. Compute appropriate fees; ev aluate and analyze fee structures and make recommendations for change as appropriate. When assigned to Utilities Administer the City's water and sewer Master Plan. Prepare and update water and sewer capacity projections. Evaluate and analyze fee structures and make recommendations for change as appropriate. Oversee the City's drinking water program. Oversee the City's sanitary sewer program. Oversee the City's recycled water program. Oversee the City's solid waste program. When assigned to Traffic Conduct site investigations and analyze transportation issues and problems; prepares various types of transportation studies by evaluating traffic generation factors and traffic flow patterns; coordinates and participates in traffic and parking data collection and tabulation; review and assess development parking demand and utilization. Participates and supports transportation planning efforts and the preparation of designs, plans, specifications and estimates for installation removal, replacement or modification of traffic signals, traffic signs, street lights and other traffic control devices, systems and marking to ensure the safe and effective flow of all modes of travel along City streets. Reviews land development applications and traffic impact reports for adequacy of traffic projections, impact analysis, impacts on traffic circulation patterns, conformance with existing City, State and Federal traffic design regulations and generally accepted traffic circulation and control principles and practices. Reviews and approves construction and event traffic control plans. Prepares grant applications for Federal, State, Regional or other funding; manages grants to ensure compliance with all funding program requirements; maintains all relevant records for grant auditing and reporting. Issues work orders for new or changed traffic control devices; responds to public requests for traffic control changes. Assists with and conducts complex transportation engineering projects and activities; prepares recommendations for traffic signal timing and coordination improvements; and operates specialized traffic computer programs and software including transportation models; field implement traffic signal timing and performing signal timing adjustment and fine tuning based on field review and assessment. Monitors developments and trends in the traffic control industry, state and federal guidelines and practices, and recommends and implements policies, procedures, and/or physical improvements. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles and practices of engineering and its administration. Modem methods and techniques used in the design, construction and surveying of a variety of public works engineering projects, including street, water, sewer. traffic, building renovation, and storm drain projects. Hydraulic and structural designs of street and highway drainage structures. Applicable laws and regulatory codes relevant to the areas of assignment. Principles and practices of basic financial accounting. Principles and techniques of supervision and training. Ability to: Make complex engineering computations and to check, design, and supervise the constructions of a variety of public works projects. Administer contracts. Prepare specifications and technical reports. Establish and maintain effective work relationships with City staff, developers. engineers. contractors, and the general public. Coordinate and oversee the work of assigned staff. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, including public oral presentations. Supervise and train professional and technical subordinates. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three years of increasingly responsible and varied professional civil engineering experience including supervisory experience. Education: A Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering. License or Certificate: Possess and maintain throughout employment an appropriate, valid California Driver's License. Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in the State of California. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives direction from management level positions in the engineering department. Exercises general supervision over professional and/or technical engineering staff, and/or construction inspection staff. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: Work is performed primarily in an office environment and at construction sites: extensive use of the telephone, radios, and computers with repetitive keyboarding; ability to walk on uneven ground; and drive to various locations daily. Ability to work safely in a hard-hat construction zone is essential. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Incumbents in this position are required to file a Conflict of Interest Statement upon assuming office, annually, and upon leaving office, in accordance with Resolution No. 8833. The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination status as a condition of employment. Upon final job offer, you will be required to provide proof of vaccination. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $1,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Do you possess a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in Civil Engineering? Yes No 02 Do you have three (3) years of responsible and varied professional civil engineering experience including supervisory experience? Please note that this experience must be included in the body of your application. Yes No 03 Please indicate below the division(s) that you are interested in applying to. Select all that apply. Land Development Design and Construction Traffic and Engineering Utilities Engineering Public Works Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Temporary
Definition **THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME** Under direct supervision of Recreation Staff, Building Attendant / Recreation Attendants will provide: facility-related services for the City of Milpitas Sports Center, Community Center and Senior Center during business hours, or non-business hours in conjunction with recreation programs, classes, and special events; scheduling and supervising the use of facilities at various sites throughout the City; and related work as required. The individual must be able to represent the City of Milpitas Recreation Services in a professional manner and follow the City's and Recreation Services' polices and regulations. Examples of Duties (May include, but are not limited to the following): Confirms rentals / reservations and checks facility use schedules. Provides appropriate room setup and take down for classes, meetings, parties and special events. Ensure rooms are free of safety hazards Performs light cleaning and public restroom upkeep, removes trash, moves furniture and equipment and picks up supplies for programs, classes and meetings. Performs light corrective and preventive maintenance duties and reports maintenance issues requiring specialized staff. Monitors facility user groups by enforcing rules and regulation and securing and/or reporting damage or unsafe conditions. Serves as primary contact for evening and weekend events, responding to customer questions and ensuring policies and procedures are followed. Helps maintain the swimming pools, pool deck and pump room areas. Performs daily / weekly maintenance tasks of the fitness center, dance studios and swimming pools. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: The candidate would have knowledge of: Principles and practices for providing customer services. Safe work practices when working housekeeping chemicals and housekeeping assignments. Basic office procedures. Ability to operate a computer and various programs. Ability to: Learn to follow directions, manuals and diagrams. Perform basic math. Understand and follow written and oral instructions. Follow safety and health regulations. Learn the operation of the assigned policies and procedures of the Recreation Department. Establish, maintain and promote positive and effective working relationships with employees, other agencies and the public. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Demonstrate initiative and exercise good judgment in the performance of duties. Work independently and as a team member; recognize and set priorities and meet deadlines. Observe safety principles and work in a safe manner. Ability to communicate tactfully with members of the public when performing housekeeping duties. Ability to work safely with cleaning chemicals and cleaning tools in a fully occupied building. Advanced customer service principles and practices. Basic report preparation. Basic personnel practices. Independently determine maximum room occupancy when setting up seating for public meetings, recreation activities or classroom instructions. Independently arrange furniture or equipment in a certain order or pattern according to a specific rule or set of rules (e.g. pictures, drawings, diagrams). Certifications First Aid / CPR / AED Certification (or ability to obtain with in 60 days of hire). Minimum Qualifications Minimum age at time of hire is 18 years old. Graduation from High School or tested equivalent. Must have one year experience performing facility-related and customer service. Desirable Qualifications Previous experience directing the work of others. Previous experience performing housekeeping services in a public building. Supplemental Information This recruitment is open until filled, and may close at any time. Applications are screened on a regular basis, and qualified candidates will be contacted with information on next steps. Position Requirements The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of vaccination status or weekly testing of un-vaccinated individuals. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. After September 15, 2021, COVID vaccination will be required as a condition of employment. Prolonged sitting; standing; walking on level, uneven and slippery surfaces; reaching; twisting; turning; kneeling; bending; squatting and stooping in performance of daily activities. The position also requires grasping, repetitive hand movements and fine coordination using a computer keyboard and certain tools. The position also requires near and far vision when performing tasks such as inspections and repair work, in reading written work related documents and using a computer. Acute hearing is required when providing phone and personal customer service. The need to lift, drag, carry and push equipment, tools and supplies up to 100 pounds is also required. Some of these requirements may be accommodated for otherwise qualified individuals requiring and requesting such accommodations. City of Milpitas Temporary/ Seasonal Employee* Benefits at a Glance Retirement Benefits Federal law requires that employees who are not members of the City retirement plan (CalPERS) be covered under an alternate retirement plan (PARS). 6% of your salary will be deducted for participation in the PARS plan. The City will also contribute 1.5% of your earnings to your PARS account every pay period. Deferred Compensation Temporary /Seasonal employees may contribute pre-tax dollars to a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan administered by ICMARC. This plan allows you to invest in your future by building a retirement savings account using payroll deductions that go into investments you select from the diverse fund lineup. Paid Time Off In accordance with State Law, after 90 days, Temporary/Seasonal employees receive 24 hours to use for sick leave. Work and Life Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership at the Milpitas Sports Center. Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership in Commonwealth Credit Union, which offers a broad range of financial and investment services. Temporary/Seasonal employees may qualify for Transportation Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) cash incentive or transit subsidies based on their commute method. Health Insurance (Not available to most Temporary/Seasonal Employees) Temporary employees in a non-clerical position hired in the Planning, Engineering and Building Divisions may qualify for participation in CalPERS health, Delta Dental and Vision. (per Res. 7062) o Multiple plans available through CalPERS Health; plans with Kaiser rate or lower are paid by the City. Delta Dental: City paid Vision: City paid *Temporary/Seasonal employees are limited to work no more than 1000 hours per Fiscal Year. 01 Are you, or will you be at time of hire, at least 18 years of age? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Definition **PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE** To receive incoming calls for police or fire assistance and dispatch necessary units; to operate various communications equipment; and to perform a variety of general support duties related to communication activities, including record keeping, data input/retrieval, and filing. Examples of Duties Receive emergency calls from the public requesting police, fire, or other emergency service; determine nature and location of emergency, determine priority, and dispatch emergency units as necessary and in accordance with established procedures. Maintain contact with all units on assignment; maintain accurate status and location of police field units and fire units. Answer non-emergency calls for assistance; answer maintenance service emergencies on weekends and holidays. Prioritize and coordinate emergency calls and relay information and assistance requests involving other law enforcement agencies. Answer incoming phone calls; screen calls and route to appropriate person or office. Enter, update, and retrieve information from various databases relating to wanted persons, stolen property, vehicle registration, stolen vehicles and other information. Quickly evaluate emergency situations and develop logical working solutions. Perform a variety of record keeping, filing, indexing, and other general clerical work including data input and retrieval. Confirm warrants; verify electronic record matches physical record. Test and inspect equipment as required. Monitor alarm systems covering City's facilities. Communicate via radio to Fire and Police Units. Perform related duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of : Standard radio or telephone communications receiving and transmitting equipment. Ability to : Speak clearly and precisely. Learn standard broadcasting procedures, rules, and codes. Learn principles and techniques of radio communications. Work under pressure, exercise good judgment, and make sound decisions in emergency situations. Effectively communicate with and elicit information from upset and irate citizens. Must be certified to type at rate of 35 Net Words per Minute. Read and interpret maps and act with resourcefulness. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Learn to operate computer aided dispatch, telecommunications network, and other office equipment. Work various shifts as assigned, including holidays and weekends. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Education: 60 semester or 90 quarter units of college work OR Experience: Minimum of two (2) years experience dispatching in a Law Enforcement Agency. Other Requirements: General office environment; sit and/or stand for long periods of time; repetitive keyboarding; reach, squat, lift, and carry up to 25 pounds; able to travel to various locations within and outside the City of Milpitas. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general supervision from the Communications Supervisor. May provide technical supervision to less experienced staff in the communication center. All of the following should be attached to your submission for consideration: • A completed online application • Copy of typing certification with 35 wpm, completed with one year of application submission. • Copy of passing score on CritiCall test • Copy of transcript or diploma with proof of completion of 60 semester or 90 quarter units. For information regarding the CritiCall test, please visit https://theacademy.ca.gov/tests . Failure to submit all documents will disqualify you from the application process. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. **For next consideration, apply by November 6, 2021** The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of vaccination status for COVID 19 as a required condition of employment. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. http://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Milpitas_Benefit-Guide_POA_FINAL.pdf 01 Do you possess a typing proficiency certificate with a minimum of 35 net words per minute? Yes No 02 Have you completed the CritiCall test within the past year? Yes No 03 Have you completed either 60 semester or 90 quarter units of college work OR a minimum of two (2) years experience dispatching in a Law Enforcement Agency? 60 semester or 90 quarter units of college work Minimum of two (2) years experience dispatching in a Law Enforcement Agency N/A Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Temporary
Definition **THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE** THE COMMUNITY Located at the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay, Milpitas is a progressive community that is an integral part of the Silicon Valley. With a diverse resident population of nearly 80,000 the City of Milpitas sees each of the approximate 432 full-time equivalent employees as committed to accomplishing the community's vision by providing fiscally sound, superior services. Milpitas has been recognized as one of the top 10 Best Cities for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Workers, approximately 28% of the jobs are in the STEM category. According to the US Census, Milpitas was the 8th fastest growing city in the United States, and the 2nd fastest growing in California. Milpitas also boasts the 3rd highest job growth among the 515 qualifying cities by Wallet Hub. Milpitas is home to an industrious and well-educated community with an average household income exceeding the County average. The homeownership rate is close to 65% and the housing market in Milpitas remains affordable relative to the majority of Santa Clara County. Milpitas is at the heart of Silicon Valley and is often called the “Crossroads of Silicon Valley” with most of its 13.63 square miles of land situated between two major freeways (I-880 and I-680), State Route 237, and a County expressway. With existing light rail and BART extension opening in 2020, the transit hub adjacent to the Great Mall facilitated high density transit-oriented development with over 2,100 units being built. There are approximately 1,790 acres, or 2.9 square miles designated for various industrial uses. An additional 350 acres are dedicated to regional and community retail centers supporting 3.5 million square feet of commercial shops. The Great Mall of the Bay Area is the largest enclosed mall in Northern California, with approximately 1.1 million square feet of leasable space for retail and entertainment operations. Several local shopping centers service regional needs including Asian-oriented retail and services. The City provides a multitude of outstanding recreational opportunities, including aquatics, cultural arts and theater, sports leagues and activities, youth and senior programming and activities. THE CITY GOVERNMENT Incorporated in 1954, the City of Milpitas is a bustling general-law city supervised by a council-manager form of government. Milpitas is a full-service city which includes Police, Fire, and a water utility and sewer utility. The Council makes planning and policy decisions for residents, and oversees the City's $253.2 million budget. Issues currently challenging the City include development, quality of life, and traffic. We encourage you to check us out at: http://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov/ THE OPPORTUNITY The City of Milpitas Recreation and Community Services seeks enthusiastic individuals for part-time Administrative Assistant for Recreation Programs at the Milpitas Community Center, Senior Center and/or Sports Center. Must be able to work between 6:00am-9:00pm Monday through Fridays; Saturdays, 7:00am-2:00pm; 20 - 25 hours/week and limited to 980 hours in a fiscal year (July 1-June 30). You may be required to work, nights, weekends, and holidays. Actual work schedule to be determined through agreement with supervisor. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Under direct supervision of a Recreation Services Supervisor, Administrative Assistants will: • Answer phone and email inquiries related to Recreation programs • Assist with filing and various office related projects • Assist with light cleaning in the fitness rooms, locker rooms and gym • Have knowledge of ActiveNet Software for program registration, and memberships • Assist with facility and park rentals, assist with customer inquiries and concerns and other related duties • Set up adult sports drop in equipment (basketball nets, volleyball nets, pickle ball) The essential functions of this position include: • Maintaining a professional front desk environment • Acting immediately and appropriately to ensure customer satisfaction • Performing various cleaning and maintenance duties as directed to maintain a clean and safe facility • Preparing and maintaining reports • Understanding and enforcing of facility rules, policies and procedures, demonstrating leadership, public relations and decision-making skills • The individual must be able to represent the City of Milpitas Recreation and Community Services in a professional manner and follow the City's and Recreation and Community Services' policies and regulations Experience and Education • Minimum age at time of hire is 18 years old. • Ability to work independently and possess energy and enthusiasm. • Must have one year experience of clerical or customer service experience. • Must have current certification in American Red Cross Community, CPR, First Aid and AED Training, or within 60 days of hire date License and Other Requirements Upon selection, additional requirements include: • Fingerprint clearance (Department of Justice background check) if 18 years or older Typical Qualifications Selection Process Applicants whose qualifications best meet our current needs will be invited to participate in the selection process that may consist of an assessment of the candidate's written skills, computer skills, and an oral board interview. Meeting the minimum requirements listed in this job description does not guarantee advancement in subsequent phases of the selection process. To Apply Submit application, supplemental questions, and resume online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/milpitas/. The City reserves the right to close or re-open the recruitment at any time. Incomplete and/or inaccurate application materials may result in disqualification from the recruitment process. Candidates will receive all communications by email regarding the recruitment process, which includes, but is not limited to, application status, testing dates, and interview scheduling. If you require alternate communications, please contact Human Resources at (408) 586-3090. This recruitment is open until a sufficient number of applications have been received for interviewing purposes and is subject to close at any time without prior notice. Candidates are therefore encouraged to promptly submit their application and supplemental questionnaire responses. Benefits This classification is part-time, temporary role and does not receive benefits. Retirement Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity/ADA employer. Reasonable accommodation in the application, examination, and selection process will be made upon request to Human Resources at (408) 586-3090. The information contained in this announcement does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract and these provisions are subject to change. Supplemental Information The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of vaccination status or weekly testing of un-vaccinated individuals. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. After September 15, 2021, COVID vaccination will be required as a condition of employment. City of Milpitas Temporary/ Seasonal Employee* Benefits at a Glance Retirement Benefits Federal law requires that employees who are not members of the City retirement plan (CalPERS) be covered under an alternate retirement plan (PARS). 6% of your salary will be deducted for participation in the PARS plan. The City will also contribute 1.5% of your earnings to your PARS account every pay period. Deferred Compensation Temporary /Seasonal employees may contribute pre-tax dollars to a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan administered by ICMARC. This plan allows you to invest in your future by building a retirement savings account using payroll deductions that go into investments you select from the diverse fund lineup. Paid Time Off In accordance with State Law, after 90 days, Temporary/Seasonal employees receive 24 hours to use for sick leave. Work and Life Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership at the Milpitas Sports Center. Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership in Commonwealth Credit Union, which offers a broad range of financial and investment services. Temporary/Seasonal employees may qualify for Transportation Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) cash incentive or transit subsidies based on their commute method. Health Insurance (Not available to most Temporary/Seasonal Employees) Temporary employees in a non-clerical position hired in the Planning, Engineering and Building Divisions may qualify for participation in CalPERS health, Delta Dental and Vision. (per Res. 7062) o Multiple plans available through CalPERS Health; plans with Kaiser rate or lower are paid by the City. Delta Dental: City paid Vision: City paid *Temporary/Seasonal employees are limited to work no more than 1000 hours per Fiscal Year. 01 Are you at least 18 years of age or older? Yes No 02 Do you possess at least one year experience of clerical or customer service? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Temporary
Definition ***THIS RECRUITMETN IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE*** THE COMMUNITY Located at the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay, Milpitas is a progressive community that is an integral part of the Silicon Valley. With a diverse resident population of 78,106 the City of Milpitas sees each of the approximate 432 full-time equivalent employees as committed to accomplishing the community's vision by providing fiscally sound, superior services. Milpitas has been recognized as one of the top 10 Best Cities for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Workers, approximately 28% of the jobs are in the STEM category. According to the US Census, Milpitas was the 8th fastest growing city in the United States, and the 2nd fastest growing in California. Milpitas also boasts the 3rd highest job growth among the 515 qualifying cities by Wallet Hub. Milpitas is home to an industrious and well-educated community with an average household income exceeding the County average. The homeownership rate is close to 65% and the housing market in Milpitas remains affordable relative to the majority of Santa Clara County. Milpitas is at the heart of Silicon Valley and is often called the “Crossroads of Silicon Valley” with most of its 13.63 square miles of land situated between two major freeways (I-880 and I-680), State Route 237, and a County expressway. With existing light rail and BART extension opening in 2019, the transit hub adjacent to the Great Mall facilitated high density transit-oriented development with over 2,100 units being built. There are approximately 1,790 acres, or 2.9 square miles designated for various industrial uses. An additional 350 acres are dedicated to regional and community retail centers supporting 3.5 million square feet of commercial shops. The Great Mall of the Bay Area is the largest enclosed mall in Northern California, with approximately 1.1 million square feet of leasable space for retail and entertainment operations. Several local shopping centers service regional needs including Asian-oriented retail and services. The City provides a multitude of outstanding recreational opportunities, including aquatics, cultural arts and theater, sports leagues and activities, youth and senior programming and activities. THE CITY GOVERNMENT Incorporated in 1954, the City of Milpitas is a bustling general-law city supervised by a council-manager form of government. Milpitas is a full-service city which includes Police, Fire, and a water utility and sewer utility. The Council makes planning and policy decisions for residents, and oversees the City's $253.2 million budget. Issues currently challenging the City include development, quality of life, and traffic. We encourage you to check us out at: http://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov/ THE OPPORTUNITY The City of Milpitas seeks an enthusiastic individuals to join the Recreation and Community Services Department as Recreation Leaders for the After the Bell and LYFE School Programs. You may be required to work nights, weekends and holidays. You must be able to work between the hours of 2:00pm - 6:00pm daily and possibly as early as 12:30pm on minimum school days. Examples of Duties Under direct supervision of the Recreation Leader IV, Recreation Leader V and Program Coordinator, Recreation Leaders will lead students in grades 1-6 for After the Bell and 13-15 for LYFE in activities, games and other recreational activities at various school sites. The City of Milpitas Recreation and Community Services Department wants enthusiastic, problem solvers that have the ability to communicate well and provide excellent customer service skills to the community and our residents. This position is part of the After the Bell Program and provides support at various elementary school sites. Recreation Leaders work with students in grades 1-6 for After the Bell and 7-9 for LYFE in after school activities, structured games, and homework assistance. Other assignments provide support to the Milpitas Teen Center, leading activities of the same sort with teenage students. The essential functions of this position include knowledge and/or experience working and/or supervising school age children ages 5-15 years old, lead games and activities, coordinate and implement daily activities. Recreation Leaders must be able to lead participants, communicate activity objectives and rules clearly and effectively; provide information and direction to a wide variety of age groups, conduct games and activities following established rules, guidelines, and time limits; learn, retain and use safety rules and regulations; provide verbal and summarized written feedback on activities; supervise students. Incumbents must be able to multitask in a fast pace work environment. You must also be able to work independently off site and with other co-workers in compliance with City Rules and Regulations. Recreation Leaders may also be invited to work in additional areas including special events and other program areas within the Recreation and Community Services Department. Typical Qualifications • Minimum age at time of hire is 16 years old for • Must have experience in working with school age children (5-15 years old) • Must have current certification in American Red Cross First Aid and CPR, or within 60 days of hire date License and Other Requirements Upon selection, additional requirements include: - Tuberculosis test - Valid Social Security card - Fingerprint clearance (Department of Justice background check) if 18 years or older Supplemental Information The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity/ADA employer. Reasonable accommodation in the application, examination, and selection process will be made upon request to Human Resources at (408) 586-3090. The information contained in this announcement does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract and these provisions are subject to change. City of Milpitas Temporary/ Seasonal Employee* Benefits at a Glance Retirement Benefits Federal law requires that employees who are not members of the City retirement plan (CalPERS) be covered under an alternate retirement plan (PARS). 6% of your salary will be deducted for participation in the PARS plan. The City will also contribute 1.5% of your earnings to your PARS account every pay period. Deferred Compensation Temporary /Seasonal employees may contribute pre-tax dollars to a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan administered by ICMARC. This plan allows you to invest in your future by building a retirement savings account using payroll deductions that go into investments you select from the diverse fund lineup. Paid Time Off In accordance with State Law, after 90 days, Temporary/Seasonal employees receive 24 hours to use for sick leave. Work and Life Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership at the Milpitas Sports Center. Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership in Commonwealth Credit Union, which offers a broad range of financial and investment services. Temporary/Seasonal employees may qualify for Transportation Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) cash incentive or transit subsidies based on their commute method. Health Insurance (Not available to most Temporary/Seasonal Employees) Temporary employees in a non-clerical position hired in the Planning, Engineering and Building Divisions may qualify for participation in CalPERS health, Delta Dental and Vision. (per Res. 7062) o Multiple plans available through CalPERS Health; plans with Kaiser rate or lower are paid by the City. Delta Dental: City paid Vision: City paid *Temporary/Seasonal employees are limited to work no more than 1000 hours per Fiscal Year. 01 Are you or will you be at least 16 years old at the time of hire? Yes No 02 Do you have experience working with youth and teens between the ages 5-15? Yes No 03 Do you have or will you be able to obtain certification in American Red Cross First Aid and CPR within 60 days of hire? Yes No 04 Are you at least 18 years of age? Hires that are 18+ years will be required to complete the Department of Justice Live Scan Fingerprint process. Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Definition HOW TO APPLY: for first consideration APPLY by November 1, 2021 at: https://www.cpshr.us/recruitment/1865 Under administrative direction acts as legal advisor to, and counsel for, the City Council, Mayor, City Manager and City departments; performs difficult and responsible professional civil and criminal legal work for the City, its agencies, boards and commissions; plans, organizes and directs activities of the City Attorney's Office and performs related work as required. This is an at-will position that serves at the pleasure of the City Council. This single position class manages all City legal activities, including civil litigation, whether performed by in­house staff or outside counsel. Responsibilities also include personally handling sensitive and complex legal matters and rendering advice and opinions to the City Council, Boards and Commissions, the City Manager and others. The incumbent is accountable for accomplishing departmental goals and objectives and for furthering City goals and objectives within general policy guidelines. SUPERVISION • Receives direction and supervision from the City Council • Exercises management and supervision of the department Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: • Develops and directs the implementation of goals, objectives, policies, procedures, budget and work standards for the Legal Department. • Plans, organizes, administers, reviews and evaluates the activities of professional, support and contract staff; selects assigned staff and provides for their training and professional development. • Provide legal counsel and opinions for the City Council, City staff, commissions, committees and officials in legal matters pertaining to City business. • Attend City Council meetings and Planning Commission meetings for the purpose of providing legal advice and counsel on matters affecting the City. Also attend other meetings, as requested by the City council or City Manager. • Draft and review legal documents, petitions, contracts, leases, resolutions, ordinances and other legal documents relative to the administration of legal processes affecting the City. • Provides legal service to and on behalf of the City, its officers, boards, commissions and departments; renders legal opinions to the City Council, City Manager, and Department Managers as requested; confers with and renders assistance to the City Manager and Department Heads in establishing departmental policies. • Examine and analyze court decisions and legislation to determine their effect upon municipal affairs. • Provides legal counsel and assistance in the field of employee relations and provides representation for the City in Workers' Compensation cases and self-­insured liability program. • Prosecute for civil remedies to enforce City ordinances, abate public nuisances, recover for damages to City property, and condemn property for public purpose and other matters. • Appears before courts and administrative bodies to represent the City's interest as required. • Serve as the Redevelopment Agency general counsel and monitor Redevelopment Agency legal needs. • Select, supervise, train and evaluate staff. • Perform related duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of : • Organization, duties, powers, limitations, and authority of City government and the City Attorney's Office. • Legal principles and practices, including civil, criminal, constitutional, and administrative law and procedure. • Ordinances, statutes, and court decisions relating to municipal corporations. • Laws and practices with specific reference to redevelopment and community development. • Judicial procedure and rules of evidence. • Methods of legal research. • Established precedents and sources of legal reference applicable to municipal activities. • Principles and practices of public administration. • Principles and practices of effective office management and supervision. Ability to : • Communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing. • Effectively plan, organize, and direct the activities required of a municipal legal office. • Organize, interpret, and apply legal principles and knowledge of complex legal problems; effectively apply legal knowledge and principles in court. • Present statements of law, fact and argument clearly and logically. • Prepare and present difficult cases in court. • Conduct research on complex legal problems and prepare sound legal opinions. • Properly interpret and make decisions in accordance with laws, regulations, and policies. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, public officials, other departments and agencies, and the general public. • Select, supervise, train, and evaluate assigned staff. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Experience: Seven (7) years of experience practicing law with at least five (5) years of substantial municipal or county law experience in the State of California and includes at least two (2) years' experience at a management level in a governmental legal office. Education: Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited school of law. LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE • Active membership in the State Bar of California • Possession and maintenance of a valid California Driver's License is required. Supplemental Information Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment • Ability to work in a standard office environment • Ability to attend night (evening) meetings • Ability to travel independently to various locations within and outside the City of Milpitas Salary and Benefits : Annual Salary $207,922 - $259,903 DOE/DOQ, and an attractive benefits package that includes: • Retirement/Pension : Membership in CalPERS 2% @ 62, 6.25% 2019-2020 Employee Contribution, (PEPRA) with three-year average salary or 2% @ 60, 7% Employee Contribution, (Classic) with three-year average salary. • Medical Insurance : Employee's choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays for coverage up to the Kaiser rate (2022 rate for family will be $2,228.36/month). • Dental/Vision : City provides full family coverage for dental and vision at no cost to employee. • Life Insurance : $50,000 term policy. • Deferred Comp : City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. • Vacation : Employees receive 16-36 days based on years of service. • Holidays : 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. • Leave : 5 hours of management leave per pay period; up to 12 days of sick leave per year. • Tuition Reimbursement : Employees are eligible for up to $3,000 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination status as a condition of employment. Upon final job offer, you will be required to provide proof of vaccination. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security,but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for dental and vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Employees earn 16-36 days of vacation based on years of service. MANAGEMENT LEAVE Employees earn5 hours of Management Incentive Paid (MIP) Leave for each full pay period worked. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $3,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employees are offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or visit ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Definition ***THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. FOR NEXT CONSIDERATION, APPLY NO LATER THAN JANUARY 14, 2022*** To inspect routine and complex structural building systems at various stages of construction, alteration, and repair to assure compliance with approved plans, specifications, codes, ordinances and regulations; and to assist in the review of building plans and specifications to determine compliance with applicable codes, ordinances, rules and regulations. This is the journey level class in the Building/Housing & Neighborhood Inspector series. Positions at this level are expected to be able to perform the full range of duties and assignments with only minimal supervision or instruction, and only as new or unusual situations arise. The Building/Housing Rehabilitation Specialist class is distinguished from the Senior Building Inspector in that responsibility is not assumed for the supervision, scheduling, or coordination of the field operation of the Building Inspection Division. This classification may be assigned to serve as the Housing Rehabilitation Specialist for the City's Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program. Examples of Duties Complete and maintain a variety of records on a computer, prepare reports, documentation, and correspondence. Conduct inspections to determine compliance with California Building Code and pertinent provisions of County health and environmental ordinances. Create and revise housing rehabilitation project work estimates; participate in contractor's bid process and bid review. Oversee and monitor rehabilitation projects to ensure that work is properly performed and to ensure that no substandard materials are used in accordance with HUD requirements. Confer with developers, contractors, architects, engineers, and the general public. Inspect foundation, cement, framing, plastering, and a large variety of other complex and routine structural building system elements such as studs, joists, rafter spacing, and other structural member factors. Examine grade, quality, and treatment of lumber, cement, lath, wire, and composition. Inspect air conditioning, plumbing, and routine electrical systems. Assure proper and safe installations of routine electrical systems. Perform field review of plans and specifications. Apply proper inspection techniques to examine the quality of work and materials and detect deviations from plans, regulations, and standard construction practices. Perform related duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Building related codes and ordinances enforceable by the City, specifically the California Building Code and Milpitas Municipal Code. Principles and techniques of building inspection work. Construction contracts and requirements. HUD regulations related to housing rehabilitation. Lead-based paint. A variety of zoning, general land use, and related City codes. Building and related codes including zoning ordinances and other City codes and regulations. Accepted safety standards and methods of building construction. Ability to: Advise on standards of construction methods and requirements. Prepare and revise project cost estimates and reports. Make arithmetical computations rapidly and accurately. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with homeowners, developers, contractors, architects, engineers, and the general public. Apply City codes and policies regarding zoning and other regulations to field situations. Work independently without supervision. Enforce necessary regulations with firmness and tact. Use Windows, Excel, and Word computer programs. Keep abreast of current construction standards, codes, and regulations. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three years of responsible experience in the journey level trades or as a contractor in a variety of building construction activities, including some experiences as a building inspector. Education: Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade. License or Certificate Possession of or ability to obtain and maintain an appropriate, valid California Driver's license. Possession of a Building Inspector Certificate issued by the International Code Council (ICC) is required. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: Typically, work is performed at construction sites and in an office environment; exposure to outdoor elements; extensive use of the telephone and radio, repetitive keyboarding on a computer; ability to walk on uneven ground; reach (including overhead), squat, bend, lift, crawl, and, climb; push, pull, and carry up to 50 pounds; drive daily to various locations within and outside the City of Milpitas; ability to work safely in a hard-hat construction zone is essential Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general supervision from the Senior Building Inspector and/or the Senior Housing & Neighborhood Preservation Specialist. May exercise technical or functional supervision over new building inspection staff. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Incumbents in this position are required to file a Conflict of Interest Statement upon assuming office, annually, and upon leaving office, in accordance with Resolution No. 8833. First Oral board for this recruitment is tentatively scheduled for the week of January 3, 2022 Second Oral board (if needed) is tentatively scheduled for week of January 31, 2022 The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of vaccination status against COVID 19 as a condition of employment. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. n compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $1,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Please pick the best description of your experience as a Building Inspector. Zero to 6 months experience More than 6 months but less than one year More than one year 02 Do you possess a Building Inspector Certificate issued by the International Code Council (ICC)? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Definition Under general direction from the Fire Chief, manages and performs professional, technical, administrative, and operational duties as Deputy Fire Chief for the Milpitas Fire Department; as assigned, this position will provide technical and administrative management oversight of the Fire Prevention, Loss Management and Hazardous Material/Environmental Protection Unit; reviews plans and specs for buildings and fire protection systems; advises builders and developers; supervises and conducts fire investigations; as duty chief oversees and provides technical staff assistance on an assigned shift; as training chief, develops and conducts training programs; oversees public relations and education programs; performs other administrative 40 hour assignments as determined by the Fire Chief; may be required to work nights and weekends at off-site locations. This sworn and unrepresented classification performs independent and responsible work in promoting and ensuring fire safety through inspection, education, and enforcement; provides fire department personnel with effective technical and organizational Fire/EMS training programs. An incumbent in this classification exercises independent judgment and discretion; formulates administrative policies for the effective use of assigned personnel; actively supports the direction and policies established by the Fire Chief and City Manager, as well as policies established by the City Council for the delivery of public safety service to the citizens. This classification is distinguished from the Assistant Fire Marshal classification as the latter serves as the division chief in the Fire Prevention Division. May act as the Fire Chief in his/her absence. Examples of Duties Plans, organizes, directs and coordinates the activities of fire personnel in various fire sections/divisions in the Fire Department. Directs all aspects of on-going activities for the various training programs for Fire Department personnel (both for management and front-line staff). Coordinates the Joint Fire Training exercises with other jurisdictions. Performs complex inspections in all types of building occupancies to ensure they are in compliance with the Fire Code, ordinances and regulations. Reviews construction plans for adherence to fire and life safety regulations. Performs supervisory duties to direct reports and to others through subordinate supervisors such as: establishing standards for acceptable work products and evaluating performance; • interviewing applicants and recommending selections: • reviewing, approving and implementing disciplinary actions and terminations; • assigning work and planning and scheduling staff's work activities and deadlines; • reviewing work and recognizing employees' work efforts and accomplishments; • providing career development mentoring and recommending training and career development opportunities; • ensuring that employees are properly trained; • reviewing and approving timesheets and requests for leave; and • supporting and ensuring compliance with City and Department policies and procedures including those related to equal opportunity and to safety. Investigates complaints, writes and issues Violation Notices, Fire Marshal Notice & Orders, and Citations, as well as perform other related enforcement duties as necessary Evaluates, reviews, and ensures compliance with established rules, federal, state and local codes/regulations, policies and procedures and recommended safety fire standards. Inspects and tests fire alarm systems, fire sprinkler systems, heat and smoke detection devices and other fire protection and control mechanisms. Confers with, answers questions for, and provides direction to property owners, contractors, engineers, architects and others regarding life-safety and fire protection requirements, as well as hazardous materials regulations. Plans, directs and participates in departmental fire prevention and public education activities. Directs and conducts fire investigations to determine cause and origin and work cooperatively with law enforcement agencies in arson cases. Prepares reports, completes forms and maintains various conventional and computerized inspection records. Contributes to the preparation and administration of the department's operating budget and annual strategic plans. Interprets applicable codes for fire prevention and engine company personnel; coordinates and supervises fire prevention and engine company inspection programs. Manages City Weed Abatement Program. Serves as authorized ombudsman for critical customer service issues relative to regulatory disputes and alternate methods or materials proposed; represents the Fire Prevention Division before the City Council, Commissions and Committees on Fire Department related issues. Works interactively with other divisions and departments to ensure a uniform Fire Code Adoption and Ordinance, as well as achieving consistent county-wide regulations to the extent possible. May respond to fires as command staff in non-operational suppression activities. Performs other duties as assigned Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: principles, practices, methods and techniques of fire prevention, investigation and fire suppression. employee development, supervision and training. Hazardous materials regulations and applications. Laws, ordinances and regulations regarding fire prevention, inspection, code enforcement, and fire suppression. Fire protection devices and systems. Building materials construction and methods. Computerized systems for maintaining data and preparing reports and correspondence. Ability to: Administer and evaluate fire prevention, inspection, code enforcement, and applicable suppression programs. Effectively interpret, implement and enforce provisions of Federal and State laws, City and Fire Department rules, regulations and policies. Identify fire and life safety hazards. Gather, analyze and evaluate facts and draw logical conclusions relative to the interpretation and enforcement of laws, ordinances and regulations regarding life safety and prevention of fires. Implement corrective measures necessary to abate hazards. Communicate requirements, policies and decisions to the public in a courteous, respectful, and effective manner. Supervise, plan and direct the work of subordinate personnel. Prepare clear and concise written reports and correspondence. Make effective oral presentations. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with a wide variety of people contacted in the course of work. Willingness to work irregular hours and perform call back work as required. Perform heavy and hazardous physical labor, stoop, bend, crawl, climb and lift and wear protective clothing and breathing apparatus as required to perform inspections and investigations. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge would be: Experience Ten (10) years increasingly responsible experience in fire suppression, fire prevention, hazardous materials and/or emergency medical care work, including at least three (3) years supervisory experience as a Chief Officer, at the rank of Assistant Fire Marshal, Battalion Chief or higher. Education Completion of a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in fire administration or fire technology, business or public administration or a closely related field. License or Certificate Possession and continued maintenance of a valid California Class C driver's license and a safe driving record. Laws of Arrest- Penal Code 832 certification within one (1) year of appointment; ICS 100, 200, 300, & 400 certifications required within one (1) year of appointment NIMS IS 700 & 8-- certifications required within one (1) year of appointment. California State Fire Marshal Chief Fire Officer 3A, 3B, 3C, &n 3D courses required within one (1) year of appointment. California State Fire Marshal Fire Investigation 1A, 1B, & 1C training required within one (1) year of appointment; Time-period may be extended at the discretion of the Fire Chief for California State Fire Marshal Office, ICS, and NIMS IS courses that are not available within the one-year timeframe. Incumbents shall be required to obtain and maintain any other license(s) and/or certification(s) that may be required by future regulation - Federal, State, local and/or industry standard(s). DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS State Board of Fire Services (or equivalent) certification as a Fire Officer. Fire Investigator certification through one or combination of the following certification programs - California State Fire Marshal's Office, National Association of Fire Investigators, or International Association of Arson Investigators. Fire investigation experience in terms of responding to and processing an actual fire scene event, as well as generating a valid Fire Cause & Origin Report as the Lead Fire Investigator of Record that reflects and supports the said experience. Knowledge of hazardous materials and chemistry. Experience in responding to or handling hazardous materials emergencies. Experience with enforcement of the Fire Code including inspections and plan review. Work experience in the construction trades. Professional fire suppression experience. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Under the direction of the Fire Chief, exercises direct supervision and management over technical, professional, and clerical staff. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Incumbents in this position are required to file a Conflict of Interest Statement upon assuming office, annually, and upon leaving office, in accordance with Resolution No. 8833. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Miscellaneous Unrepresented : 1. Classic Tier 1 employees (Employees hired before October 9, 2011): 2.7% at 55 Retirement Plan including the highest final compensation amendment. (Employee pays 8% contribution rate) 2. Classic Tier 2 employees (Employees hired on or after October 9, 2011 and before January 1, 2013, or who qualify for CalPERS pension reciprocity): 2% @ 60 Retirement Plan including three year final average compensation period (Employee pays 7% contribution rate) 3. Public Employee Pension Reform Act (PEPRA) employees hired on or after January 1, 2013: 2% @ 62 Retirement Plan including three year final average compensation period (Employee contribution rate as stated in annual CalPERS actuarial report) City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security,but do contribute to Medicare. Police Unrepresented: 1. Classic Tier 1 employees (Employees hired before April 8, 2012): 3% @ 50 Retirement Plan including the highest final compensation amendment. (Employee pays 9% contribution rate) 2. Classic Tier 2 employees (Employees hired on or after April 8, 2012 and before January 1, 2013, or who qualify for CalPERS pension reciprocity): 3% @ 55 Retirement Plan including highest final compensation (Employee pays 9% contribution rate) 3. Public Employee Pension Reform Act (PEPRA) employees hired on or after January 1, 2013: 2.7 % @ 57 Retirement Plan including three year final average compensation period (Employee pays half of normal cost, July 2018 at 10% contribution rate) Fire Unrepresented 1. Classic Tier 1 employees (Employees hired before April 8, 2012): 3% @ 50 Retirement Plan including the highest final compensation amendment. (Employee pays 9% contribution rate) 2. Classic Tier 2 employees (Employees hired on or after April 8, 2012 and before January 1, 2013, or who qualify for CalPERS pension reciprocity): 3% @ 55 Retirement Plan including highest final compensation (Employee pays 9% contribution rate) 3. Public Employee Pension Reform Act (PEPRA) employees hired on or after January 1, 2013: 2.7 % @ 57 Retirement Plan including three year final average compensation period (Employee contribution rate as stated in CalPERS actuarial report.) City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for dental and vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Employees earn 16-36 days of vacation based on years of service. MANAGEMENT LEAVE Employees earn40 hours of Management Leave per year. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $3,000 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employees are offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 for more information on employee benefits. 01 Please select all of the certifications, education and/or training that you have completed or possess: Laws of Arrest -Penal Code 832 certificate ICS 100 certification ICS 200 certification ICS 300 certification ICS 400 certification NIMS IS 700 certification NIMS IS 800 certification California State Fire Marshal Chief Fire Officer 3A California State Fire Marshal Chief Fire Officer 3B California State Fire Marshal Chief Fire Officer 3C California State Fire Marshal Chief Fire Officer 3D California State Fire Marshal Fire Investigation 1A California State Fire Marshal Fire Investigation 1B California State Fire Marshal Fire Investigation 1C 02 Check all the boxes that apply to your experience and/or qualifications. I certify that I have the following: State Board of Fire Services (or equivalent) certification as a Fire Officer. Fire Investigator certification through one or combination of the following certification programs- California State Fire Marshal's Office, National Association of Fire Investigators, or International Association of Arson Investigators. Fire investigation experience in terms of responding to and processing an actual fire scene event, as well as generating a valid Fire Cause & Origin Report as the Lead Fire Investigator of Record that reflects and supports the said experience. Knowledge of hazardous materials and chemistry. Experience in responding to or handling hazardous materials emergencies. Experience with enforcement of the Fire Code including inspections and plan review. Work experience int he construction trades. Professional fire suppression experience. Required Question Closing Date/Time: 1/30/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Dec 30, 2021
Temporary
Definition This is a temporary, un-represented, part-time position . Under close supervision, the Seasonal Maintenance Worker assists in the performance of a variety of entry-level and unskilled maintenance and repair duties in assigned maintenance operations, which may include water, sewer, storm, park, landscape, street, road, and facility maintenance. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Performs preparatory work for maintenance activities, including: gathering equipment, materials and supplies; loading and unloading materials, and laying out materials and equipment for projects Performs a variety of routine physical labor tasks, depending upon area of assignment, including: posting general notices, pulling weeds, picking up litter, raking leaves and debris, planting, miscellaneous painting tasks, replacing light bulbs, emptying trash bins, graffiti removal, and restroom janitorial work Performs cleanup at the end of the day or when the job is completed, including: picking up tools, spills, and debris; cleaning work areas, and performing touch-up work as needed. May operate a vehicle for pickup and delivery duties May operate power tools such as power washer, leaf blower, weed eaters and basic hand tools such as brooms, shovels, rakes, hoes, etc. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level. Typical Qualifications Experience and Education Completion of coursework equivalent to the eighth grade; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job as noted above. License and Other Requirements A valid class C California Driver's License and a satisfactory driving record is required. Special Requirements Must be 18 years of age or older Must be able to work various weekday hours between 7:00 AM and 5:30 PM up to 29 hours per week. City of Milpitas Temporary/ Seasonal Employee* Benefits at a Glance Retirement Benefits Federal law requires that employees who are not members of the City retirement plan (CalPERS) be covered under an alternate retirement plan (PARS). 6% of your salary will be deducted for participation in the PARS plan. The City will also contribute 1.5% of your earnings to your PARS account every pay period. Deferred Compensation Temporary /Seasonal employees may contribute pre-tax dollars to a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan administered by ICMARC. This plan allows you to invest in your future by building a retirement savings account using payroll deductions that go into investments you select from the diverse fund lineup. Paid Time Off In accordance with State Law, after 90 days, Temporary/Seasonal employees receive 24 hours to use for sick leave. Work and Life Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership at the Milpitas Sports Center. Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership in Commonwealth Credit Union, which offers a broad range of financial and investment services. Temporary/Seasonal employees may qualify for Transportation Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) cash incentive or transit subsidies based on their commute method. Health Insurance (Not available to most Temporary/Seasonal Employees) Temporary employees in a non-clerical position hired in the Planning, Engineering and Building Divisions may qualify for participation in CalPERS health, Delta Dental and Vision. (per Res. 7062) o Multiple plans available through CalPERS Health; plans with Kaiser rate or lower are paid by the City. Delta Dental: City paid Vision: City paid *Temporary/Seasonal employees are limited to work no more than 1000 hours per Fiscal Year. Closing Date/Time: